Brothel Fed Up With High Taxes Protests By Offering Free Sex And Booze

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Brothel Fed Up With High Taxes Protests By Offering Free Sex And Booze

Normally, I’m all against any sort of protest — mainly because the ones I hear about are Occupy Wall Street and others that I find shallow and pedantic. However, today I stumbled across one that I can fully get behind.

One Austrian business owner, Hermann Müller, has finally had enough of the government sticking their filthy hands in his pockets. Tired of paying astronomical taxes, he decided to go on a protest by offering up free services at his business. The great thing about his business? He runs a brothel.

For the protest, he is offering a great summer special that includes free admission, free booze, and a free 15-minute session with one of the girls.

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Thanks to Google Translate, I know that says “Admission free, beverages free, sex free.”

From Mirror:

A brothel owner is offering free sex at his establishment – and punters have been ‘queuing round the block’.

Hermann Müller, who owns the Pascha brothel in the Austrian city of Salzburg says the move is a protest again ‘unfair taxation’.

And hundreds have turned out for the offer of a free 15-minute session with one of the girls since the offer began last week.

Hermann is known as the “red light king” in Austria, and now it’s pretty evident why. Hermann sounds like my kind of guy. Someone you can have a beer with, and then go fuck one of his girls and he’ll give you a head nod of approval as you walk away.

So how’s the summer special going? It’s surely been a hit, right? Hermann had this to say:

“I have been overrun with men hoping to take advantage of the offer and had to turn many of them away.

Better luck next time. You’ve got to get there early if you want to get in a quickie. This is taking taxation without representation to a new level, and I don’t hate it. See you in a few hours, Austria.

[via Mirror]

Images via Pascha, Google Maps


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